Erin Condren Lesson Planner Overview

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I am a big fan of Erin Condren and currently use her LifePlanner as my weekly planner. With the school year coming to an end, I have been on the lookout for a new lesson planner. I received an email announcing a sale on Erin Condren's lesson planners so I decided to order one and share my overview of what I received. Keep reading to check out this planner!



This box equals pure happiness to me, I love the packaging and instant recognition of knowing my planner has arrived. I chose standard shipping for my order and it took about a week to get to me.



Upon opening the box, the planner is well packed with bubble wrap and this beautiful gold tissue paper with two note cards.



Inside was my planner with my customized cover, I chose the coloring and to add my name to the bottom.



Under the planner was a set of free date dots which I do love using and was excited to receive.



The first pages inside the planner is an about me section. The first thing I loved about the planner was the size of it, it's a good bit larger than the LifePlanner I use, but it's the perfect size for my lesson planning needs.



It does include a long range planning page to write out notes for each month.



My tabs start in August and go to July.



Each month is left blank so you can fill it in with your dates and information.



The lesson planning page has each day on the left hand side and each day has seven subject boxes with plenty of room to fill out lessons as needed.




There is a student checklist that again has plenty of space and availability to customize as needed.







The end of the planner contains four pages of functional stickers.


It also contains a clear folder that can hold papers and extra stickers. Inside the folder was a clear pouch that contained a few freebies.








Lastly is the back cover that matches my front cover.


Just from my initial overview, I am excited about using this planner and find it to be of high quality and one that will easily last me the entire school year. I do find that despite the higher price than I typically spend on my planners, that this one is truly worth it. I will update during the summer when I fill it out fully and will give a more in depth review. 


If you are interested in trying out this planner, click here to sign up and instantly save $10 off your first order.


In the comments down below, let me know what you would use a planner for.


As always any requests, questions, or comments are greatly appreciated. Talk to you soon!



















Disclaimer: The Erin Condren link used throughout this month is my referral link. I will receive store credit only if you sign up using my link. All pictures and opinions are my own.

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